Donald Trump blasts Boris Johnson for going 'liberal'

Donald Trump says Boris Johnson has gone ‘liberaland is making a ‘big mistakewith green energy drive while slamming Joe Biden for removing Churchill bust from the White House in interview with Nigel Farage

  • Former US President Donald Trump was talking to Nigel Farage for GB News interview this evening
  • He blasted Boris Johnson for trying to turn the UK into the Saudi Arabia of wind to cut emissions, and said he was ‘wrongand making a ‘big mistake
  • Mr Trump also accused Meghan Markle of ‘hurtingthe Queen and ‘horriblymanipulating Prince Harry to the extent that he has wrecked his relationship with his family
  • Mr Trump repeated his false claims that the presidential election where he lost to President Biden was rigged
  • Former US President 唐纳德·特朗普 has blasted 鲍里斯·约翰逊(Boris Johnson) for becoming ‘liberaland said the Prime Minister was making a ‘big mistakewith his green energy drive.

    In an interview aired tonight on GB News, Mr Trump criticised Mr Johnson for trying to turn the UK into the Saudi Arabia of wind to cut emissions, adding that turbines ‘kill all the birdsand are ‘horrible’.

    The sit-down interview with former UKIP leader Nigel Farage also saw Mr Trump criticise US President 乔·拜登 for removing a bust of Winston Churchill from the Oval Office in the White House earlier this year.

    Mr Trump also launched a barrage of abuse against Meghan Markle – admitting he’s ‘not a fan’, accusing her of ‘disrespectingand ‘hurtingthe Queen and ‘horribly’ 操纵 哈里王子 to the extent that it has wrecked his relationship with his family.

    Speaking about Mr Johnson’s backing of wind farms to drive the UK’s push to a net zero carbon economy, Mr Trump warned the Prime Minister he is ‘making a big mistake’. The former president said he still liked Mr Johnson but claimed that he was wrong to support ‘ridiculousrenewable wind energy.

    他说: ‘I think wind is ridiculous. He’s wrong, Boris Johnson is wrong if he’s going heavy into wind. He’s wrong. He’s making a big mistake.

    Mr Trump added: ‘I like Boris Johnson. I get along with him. I’ve always gotten along with him. He’s gone a little bit more on the liberal.

    ‘But I’ll tell you with energy, I’m surprised that he would allow [wind farming] to happen because you have one of the most beautiful countries in the world. And you’re destroying it with all these wind turbines all over the place and you don’t need them.

    ‘You know that environmentalists are liking this stuff. I think they hate the world.

    The interview also touched on Mr Trump’s presidential election defeat to Mr Biden, the subsequent Capitol Hill riots, Black Lives Matter and the migrant crisis in the US and the UK.

    In an extraordinary interview, the Mr Trump also revealed:

    • The former President hinted that he will stand again, saying that if you love your country ‘you have no choice
    • Mr Trump criticised Meghan Markle and admitted he’s ‘not a fanand accused her of ‘hurting’ 皇后
    • He also repeated his false claims that the presidential election where he lost to President Biden was rigged
    • Trump appeared to accuse the Democrats of using Covid-19, which he called ‘the China virusto rob election
    Former US President Donald Trump has blasted Boris Johnson for becoming 'liberal' and said the Prime Minister was making a 'big mistake' with his green energy drive

    Former US President Donald Trump has blasted Boris Johnson for becoming ‘liberaland said the Prime Minister was making a ‘big mistakewith his green energy drive

    In an interview aired tonight on GB News, Mr Trump criticised Mr Johnson for trying to turn the UK into the Saudi Arabia of wind to cut emissions, adding that turbines 'kill all the birds' and are 'horrible'

    In an interview aired tonight on GB News, Mr Trump criticised Mr Johnson for trying to turn the UK into the Saudi Arabia of wind to cut emissions, adding that turbines ‘kill all the birdsand are ‘horrible

    Trump said he had a good relationship with Boris Johnson, but said he had become 'more liberal' and said he is making a 'big mistake' by backing 'ridiculous' wind farms to drive the UK's push to a net zero carbon economy

    Trump said he had a good relationship with Boris Johnson, but said he had become ‘more liberaland said he is making a ‘big mistakeby backing ‘ridiculouswind farms to drive the UK’s push to a net zero carbon economy

    Pride of place: A bust of socialist Cesar Chavez now sits behind Biden after he removed a bust of Winston Churchill

    Pride of place: A bust of socialist Cesar Chavez now sits behind Biden after he removed a bust of Winston Churchill








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    TRUMP ON THE QUEEN:

    ‘She is a fantastic woman. I was supposed to spend like half an hour with her, I ended up being there for much more than an hourWe get along great. We talked the whole night. She is a great, wonderful woman.

    TRUMP ON MEGHAN MARKLE:

    ‘I’m not a fan of hers. I wasn’t from day one. I think Harry has been used horribly and I think some day he will regret it. I think Harry’s been used and been used terribly. I think it’s ruined his relationship with his family, and it hurts the Queen.

    TRUMP ON US WITHDRAWAL FROM AFGHANISTAN:

    ‘It was the most embarrassing moment in the history of our country.

    TRUMP ON BORIS JOHNSON’S MOVE TOWARD WIND ENERGY TO MEET NET-ZERO TARGET:

    ‘I think wind is ridiculous. He’s wrong, Boris Johnson is wrong if he’s going heavy into wind. He’s wrong. He’s making a big mistake.

    ‘I like Boris Johnson. I get along with him. I’ve always gotten along with him. He’s gone a little bit more on the liberal.

    TRUMP ON PRESIDENT BIDEN REMOVING BUST OF WINSTON CHURCHILL FROM OVAL OFFICE:

    '我的意思是, why would you do that with Winston Churchill, when you’re trying to get along with your country [英国]. 它是… such an important token.

    TRUMP ON CAPITOL HILL RIOTS:

    ‘If you would have looked at the crowd, the size, nobody wants to talk about that. I believe it was the biggestI’ve never spoken in front of a crowd that size.

    '接着, 很遗憾, some bad things happened.

    Context: The Capitol Hill riot took place on January 6. Mr Trump faced an impeachment trial for allegedly inciting it. The US Senate later acquitted him.

    TRUMP ON PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION WHERE HE LOST TO BIDEN:

    ‘We had a great election, we ended up with a rigged election unfortunately.

    ‘They use Covid, or the China virus, as I call it, to rob and rig and steal an election. They sent out millions and millions of ballots. Nobody knows where they went in so many cases, and it was a disgraceIt’s very bad for democracy, very bad for democracy.

    Context: Mr Trump has pursued unsuccessful legal challenges to overturn his November election loss to Biden, falsely claiming there had been widespread electoral fraud.

    TRUMP ON CLIMATE TARGETS:

    ‘I think the carbon taxes that they want to put on countries and people and companies, I think it’s ridiculous. We have resources in the US that are incredible. And the enemy is making us feel badly about it and taking it away, putting our companies at a big disadvantage.

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    Mr Trump also slammed Mr Biden for removing the bust of Winston Churchill from the Oval Office in January this year after being elected as President of the United States.

    Some critics worried that the removal of Churchill was a snub to the UK, and signalled a further dwindling of the so-called ‘Special Relationshipafter it was started in World War Two by the legendary British Prime Minister.

    Mr Trump said: '我的意思是, why would you do that with Winston Churchill, when you’re trying to get along with your country. 它是… such an important token.

    President Barack Obama also provoked a storm by having the British leader’s image moved outside his office.

    After being elected as President, Mr Trump said he brought it back inside the Oval Office. ‘President Obama didn’t want it. 我说, let’s bring it back to the white house. I had it back for my entire time it was there and look he was a very handsome man.

    During the two-hour interview, which was aired by GB News tonight at 7pm, launched an attack on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, claiming that the couple in recent years have caused pain to the Queen.

    He admitted that he has never been a ‘fan’ 梅根的, who be believes has used Prince Harry.

    他说: ‘I’m not a fan of hers. I wasn’t from day one. I think Harry has been used horribly and I think some day he will regret it. I think Harry’s been used and been used terribly. I think it’s ruined his relationship with his family, and it hurts the Queen.

    Speaking of the Duchess of Sussex, 他加了: ‘I think she’s been very disrespectful to the Queen, who’s such a great woman, such a great person, a historic person. I think she’s very disrespectful to the Royal Family and most importantly to the Queen.

    He also said that Meghan was ‘very inappropriatewhen asked by Mr Farage about claims she used her royal title to meddle in US politics, by writing on the Sussexesheaded paper to lobby Congress members on issues such as paternity leave. ‘She is trying to do things that I think are very inappropriate,’ 他说.

    Mr Trump also spoke of his fondness for the Queen, claiming he was raised to have respect for the Royal Family because his mother was from Scotland.

    他说: ‘I think she’s a fantastic woman. I was supposed to spend like half an hour with her, I ended up being there for much more than an hour and everyone said, '哦, that’s so rude’. But I said no but, she liked it and I liked it, I’m not going to be rude. And we had a great time together.

    It is not the first time that Mr Trump has clashed with the Sussexes. 今年早些时候, he said he would campaign for the White House in 2024 if Meghan was joining the race.

    Mr Trump was commenting on rumours that the duchess was ‘meeting with Democrat operatives [和] she may want to run’.

    He told Fox News: ‘I hope that happens because if that happened then I think I’d have an even stronger feeling towards running. I’m not a fan of hers.

    ‘I’ve met with the Queen and I think the Queen is a tremendous person and I’m not a fan of Meghan.Last year he again said he was ‘not a fanof Meghan and wished Harry ‘luck’, 加: ‘He’s going to need it.

    Those comments, which were made in September, came after the Sussexes were accused of interfering in the presidential election campaign won by Joe Biden.

    In what was seen as a thinly-veiled swipe at Mr Trump, they urged voters to ‘reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity’.

    在 2019 Mr Trump called the duchess ‘nastybecause of her past criticism of him.

    在面试中, Trump accused Meghan of using Harry in his latest criticism of the Duchess

    在面试中, Trump accused Meghan of using Harry in his latest criticism of the Duchess

    Former president accused Meghan of disrespecting the Queen (pictured with Trump in 2019)

    Former president accused Meghan of disrespecting the Queen (pictured with Trump in 2019)

    He also repeated his false claims that the presidential election was rigged. Mr Trump has pursued unsuccessful legal challenges to overturn his November election loss to Biden, falsely claiming there had been widespread electoral fraud

    He also repeated his false claims that the presidential election was rigged. Mr Trump has pursued unsuccessful legal challenges to overturn his November election loss to Biden, falsely claiming there had been widespread electoral fraud

    Mr Trump was speaking to ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage during the interview on GB News tonight

    Mr Trump was speaking to ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage during the interview on GB News tonight

    The new interview, recorded in Florida on Monday, also saw Mr Trump speak about the Capitol Hill riot on January 6 and his impeachment trial for allegedly inciting it. The US Senate later acquitted him.

    Mr Trump said: ‘If you would have looked at the crowd, the size, nobody wants to talk about that. I believe it was the biggestI’ve never spoken in front of a crowd that size.

    '接着, 很遗憾, some bad things happened.

    He claimed that he had suggested that 10,000 National Guardsmen should be put at the Capitol because of the ‘angeramong the public, but said Democrat House leader Nancy Pelosi ‘turned it down’.

    Mr Trump said: ‘I knew the crowd was going to be massive, because I knew that the anger that took place over the election being rigged, and I understood that, I understood it better than anybody.

    He also repeated his false claims that the presidential election was rigged. Mr Trump has pursued unsuccessful legal challenges to overturn his November election loss to Biden, falsely claiming there had been widespread electoral fraud.

    Mr Trump said: ‘We had a great election, we ended up with a rigged election unfortunately.

    The former president appeared to accuse the Democrats of using Covid-19, which Mr Trump referred to as ‘the China virusto rob the election from him.

    他说: ‘They use Covid, or the China virus, as I call it, to rob and rig and steal an election. They sent out millions and millions of ballots. Nobody knows where they went in so many cases, and it was a disgraceIt’s very bad for democracy, very bad for democracy.

    US President Donald Trump speaks at the 'Save America March' rally in Washington D.C., 我们, 在一月 6

    US President Donald Trump speaks at the ‘Save America Marchrally in Washington D.C., 我们, 在一月 6

    Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as people try to storm the US Capitol on January 6

    Trump supporters clash with police and security forces as people try to storm the US Capitol on January 6

    Mr Trump also slammed Mr Biden for the US border ‘crisis’, and described the US withdrawal from Afghanistan as ‘the most embarrassing moment in the history of our country’.

    The former president was also asked about climate change and said Britain’s move towards wind farms was ‘wrong’.

    The UK has become a world leader in wind energy, particularly offshore, and Mr Johnson has pushed for Britain to become to wind what Saudi Arabia is to oil in the drive to reach net zero by 2050.

    Investment in the technology over the past decade or more has led to the world’s largest wind farm, Hornsea One, being built in the North Sea off the east Yorkshire coast.

    特朗普先生, who owns golf courses in Scotland and Ireland, 说过: ‘I think wind is ridiculous. And I think wind is a horrible thing for Scotland. And I got to see it because I own great properties in Scotland and Ireland.

    ‘And I look at these magnificent fields with these horrible windmills all over them. And windmills is a nice term, 我猜, turbines. And they’re starting to rust because once they’re there for a couple of years, they start to rust and wear out and look terrible, look even worse.

    ‘You know that environmentalists are liking this stuff. I think they hate the world.

    Mr Trump added: ‘Wind is the most expensive form of energy. And remember, 每一个 10 年份, you have to replace those monsters. And a lot of times they don’t bother, you know what they do, they just let them rot. They kill all the birds, they are so bad.

    Speaking about the COP26 Climate Summit and the pledges for countries to become Net Zero by 2030, Mr Trump said it is ‘ridiculous’.

    他说: ‘I think the carbon taxes that they want to put on countries and people and companies, I think it’s ridiculous. We have resources in the US that are incredible. And the enemy is making us feel badly about it and taking it away, putting our companies at a big disadvantage.

    Mr Trump also gave his strongest hint yet that he would run for office again in 2024, after hinting earlier this year that he was ‘very seriouslyconsidering it.

    He said he is predicting a ‘very bigyear in 2022 and ‘an even bigger’ 2024 as he said he will be back out on the campaign trail in the US.

    Mr Trump said he is getting ‘the biggest crowds I’ve ever hadat rallies but did not explicitly say whether or not he would run for election in 2024.

    Asked by Mr Farage why he would want to go back into the ‘hellof politics, Mr Trump said: ‘So I love our country. I brought the country to a level it’s never seen before.

    ‘Then we had Covid come in, and then I brought it back, came up with vaccines that you’re using, we’re all using, the world is using, saved tens of millions of people throughout the world, in less than nine months.

    特朗普先生 (pictured at a rally in Wellington, Ohio on June 26, 2021) said he is getting 'the biggest crowds I've ever had' at rallies but did not explicitly say whether or not he would run for election in 2024

    特朗普先生 (pictured at a rally in Wellington, Ohio on June 26, 2021) said he is getting ‘the biggest crowds I’ve ever hadat rallies but did not explicitly say whether or not he would run for election in 2024

    ‘It was supposed to take 12 年份. I just heard the other day they were expecting it to take 12 年份, and everyone said it wasn’t going to work, and they work incredibly well.

    ‘We’ve done an amazing job. If you love the country you have no choice, it’s not a question. 只是… this is a wonderful, beautiful life. But I like that too, because I was helping people.

    ‘That’s why I did it. And I think you’ll be happy in the future too, because that’ll be your next question. But you’ll be happy in the future.

    Mr Farage appeared to suggest he could not ask a particular question because it would ‘start the campaign clock ticking’.

    He then said to Mr Trump: ‘But we’ve got the mid-terms coming up in less than a year. Are you going to be out on the campaign trail?’

    Mr Trump replied: '是, 我会. I’ll be helping a lot of people. We’ve been endorsing candidates, 我是 152 和 2, my endorsement, 152 wins and two losses. And those two losses were actually by people that werethe people that won were more Trump than I was, 好? 所以, they won.

    ‘But what happened is, what’s happening is, everybody wants the endorsements, it’s become very important, the most important and the most powerful endorsement that our country has seen.

    '所以, I have an obligation to make sure the right people get in. And we have many, many people online. 实际上, when I leave here, 马上, I’ve got four candidates that want an endorsement.

    ‘It’s a very important job, because we’re going to have a very big ’22, and I think we’re going to have an even bigger ’24.

    The friendship between Mr Farage and Mr Trump goes back several years. Mr Farage has said the men have much in common because ‘Trump and I have probably been the most reviled people by the liberal media in the world’.

    The pair have appeared together on stage before with the former Ukip leader speaking at an election rally in Phoenix, 亚利桑那, last October – where Mr Trump hailed Mr Farage as the ‘king of Europe’.

    They also held talks in November 2016 which saw Mr Farage become the first UK politician to meet the US president following his election victory.

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